UHCL Communications Guidelines

Guidelines, standards and forms were developed to support a consistent, unified image for the university. The information and links below lead to resources for anyone involved in publicizing or promoting the university and its programs.
 
Associated Press Stylebook and Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary are the reference guides used for media announcements, publications and other university communications targeted to public audiences.
 
The UHCL Brand Guide assists university departments in presenting a strong, focused brand identity through graphics, tone and message when communicating about UHCL.
 
Fonts and Colors Guidelines outline the fonts and colors used in general and marketing communications materials.
 
Logos provide specifications for the official university logo and signature line.
Guidelines for University and University System Names list the official names and references for UHCL and other institutions within the University of Houston System.
 
Photo/Art Authorization Forms are required to use an individual's image, words, artwork and information in university marketing communications materials.
 
 
Publication Review Forms should accompany requests to review publications targeted to external audiences. Allow five to 10 working days for submissions to be reviewed and returned.
 
Publicity Request Forms should be submitted at least four weeks before an event. Publicity assistance is determined by the overall significance of the event/activity to the university and the general public as well as the timeliness of the request.

UHCL on YouTube

Report to the Community - 2016

University of Houston-Clear Lake President William A. Staples presents updates on UHCL and recognizes community partners during the annual Report to the Community breakfast.

Media Contacts

UHCL Office of Communications
Phone: 281-283-2015
Fax: 281-283-2034

UHCL In the News

March 29, 2017 | Guidry News

UHCL professor named national outstanding environmental educator

University of Houston-Clear Lake College of Education Professor Jana Willis was selected as one of five National Outstanding Educators, in addition to being named Texas Educator of the Year, by the national environmental education program Project Learning Tree or PLT.

February 21, 2017 | Guidry News

UHCL stocks reading library for habitat family

The University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Habitat for Reading Project created another library of children’s books in the newest Habitat for Humanity home in Pasadena.

Publications

President's Report 2016